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September 2021

Queer Conversations

September 15

Even though pride month is technically over, Baton Rouge Pride is continuing their Queer Conversations series for the rest of 2021, with topics ranging from intersectionality to proper pronoun usage. Here are the topics: July 21: “Sex, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation:” Understanding the differences, similarities, and intersectionality of often misunderstood identifiers. August 18: “Queer-mediation for Educators:” Discussing tips, tricks, and tools for queer or allied educators and support staff for the upcoming academic year. September 15: “Identity, Religion, and…

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Henry Turner Jr.’s Listening Room

September 16

It's always a fun night at Henry Turner Jr.'s Listening Room, and when it's free, the deal is that much sweeter. Each free show features performances by Henry Turner Jr. & Flavor, and the Listening Room All-Stars, who may include Kelton ‘Nspire Harper, Larry LZ Dillon, comedian Eddie Cool, and more. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 8 pm until midnight. $10, which includes a soul food side dish. henryslisteningroom.com. Location: 2733 North Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Henry Turner Jr.’s Listening Room

September 17

It's always a fun night at Henry Turner Jr.'s Listening Room, and when it's free, the deal is that much sweeter. Each free show features performances by Henry Turner Jr. & Flavor, and the Listening Room All-Stars, who may include Kelton ‘Nspire Harper, Larry LZ Dillon, comedian Eddie Cool, and more. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 8 pm until midnight. $10, which includes a soul food side dish. henryslisteningroom.com. Location: 2733 North Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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Henry Turner Jr.’s Listening Room

September 18

It's always a fun night at Henry Turner Jr.'s Listening Room, and when it's free, the deal is that much sweeter. Each free show features performances by Henry Turner Jr. & Flavor, and the Listening Room All-Stars, who may include Kelton ‘Nspire Harper, Larry LZ Dillon, comedian Eddie Cool, and more. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights from 8 pm until midnight. $10, which includes a soul food side dish. henryslisteningroom.com. Location: 2733 North Street Baton Rouge Louisiana

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West Baton Rouge Library Writing Workshop

September 18

If you're looking for a mini-community in which to hone your literary craft, the West Baton Rouge Library introduces its monthly Writing Workshop series, held on the third Saturday of every month from 1 pm–3 pm. For more information, call Adult Services Librarian Luis Interiano at (225) 342-7920, ext. 230 or email linteriano@wbrplibrary.us. Location: 830 North Alexander Avenue Port Allen Louisiana

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Red Stick Farmers Market

September 18

It's easy for Baton Rougeans to get their fresh local produce fix thanks to the Red Stick Farmers Market, now over twenty years old. 8 am–noon on the corner of Fifth and Main. Check out this June's Fresh Fest events below: June 5: Dairy Day (See baby goats from Farm Life goat farm & special kids activities) Baton Rouge Arts Market joins every first Saturday June 12: Blueberry Bash June 19: Tomato Me Crazy (Take a guess in our annual…

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Movies & Music on the Lawn

September 18

Baton Rouge Gallery is bringing back its Movies on the Lawn series after a year on hiatus with a different silent cinema classic each month until October in BREC's City Park. 8 pm. $7 a ticket, bottomless popcorn included. Here are the films: June 26: The Red Mill (1927) with an original score from Riarosa July 24: The Crowd (1928) with an original score from The Lilli Lewis Project August 21: Kids Night featuring Shaun the Sheep (2015) with an…

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Grand Country Junction

September 18

Livingston's most happenin' live music event, "Your Hometown Branson Show" is back in action. Every third Saturday, come out to Suma Crossing Theatre in downtown Livingston for the hottest local country music acts. 7 pm. Tickets sold at the door; $15 for adults, $10 for kids; free for children younger than three years old. grandcountryjunction.com. Location: 28975 Satsuma Road Livingston Louisiana

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Baton Rouge Arc Arts Market

September 18

Following the opening of Arc Baton Rouge's headquarters off Jefferson Highway, Executive Director Susanne Romig sought out opportunities for special needs clients in the local area. One exciting result comes in the form of a new Baton Rouge Arts Market, introduced by Arc Baton Rouge and the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, scheduled to take place every third Saturday from 10 am–2 pm at the Arc headquarters. The new market will provide entrepreneurial opportunities for artists with special needs…

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Cajun French Music Jam

September 19

In the West Baton Rouge Museum's Brick Gallery, area musicians and music-lovers alike are invited to gather each month for a Cajun French Music Jam, sponsored by the Baton Rouge CFMA Chapter. A different musical artist will lead the jam on the third Sunday of each month. So get out your instrument, or your dancing shoes, and join in. Interested participants should contact Museum Educator Gwenn LaViolette for additional details at (225) 336-24422 ext. 201 or email gwenn@wbrmuseum.org. 3 pm–5…

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